Nordhavn 62 Hull Lines Drawing

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  1. xsailor
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    Does anyone have a hull lines drawing for the Nordhavn 62 they would like to share? I have been hitting google etc, but can not find a lines drawing. I would like to see the hull as I have read it is round bilge, a sail boat hull one might say. Please post here if you have it. Thank you in advance.

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  2. EuroCanal
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  3. Dean Smith

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    I like these lil ships very much
    I was on one in Denia Spain recently
    I would guess that the lines are a closely guarded item
    Euro Canal, why do you call yourself such:)? Can you email through this site please
     
  4. Tad
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    While it is a round bottom boat, it's not really a sailboat hull, this is from the Nordhavn brochure and they claim a PC of .6 but I don't know if that includes the bulb.......

    I think almost all of these hulls received stern extensions eventually, they were rather stern heavy to start with.......

    All subsequent hull forms from Nordhavn had much higher prismatic coefficient, the 50' and 57' done right after the 62' were in the .63-.65 range....

    N62sections.jpg
     

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